Western Dubuque excelled at the IGHSAU Super Regional Girls’ Wrestling Tournament at Decorah, Jan. 27, where five Bobcats made history. Sharidan Engelken and Adriana Shepherd became the first Bobcats to win an individual super regional title. They will be joined by teammates Grace Murphy, Ki…
Western Dubuque wrestled to a solid fifth-place finish in the Mississippi Valley Conference Tournament, at Waterloo West, Jan. 28, as Drew Burds led the way, winning the 170-pound championship for the Bobcats.
Haley Ronnebaum, Bianka Ronnebaum and Ella Mensen combined for 50 points and the Maquoketa Valley Wildcats used a big third quarter to defeat the Edgewood-Colesburg Vikings, 55-47, in Edgewood Jan. 27.
Their second overtime decision in the last two weeks went the other way for the Blazers girls, as Beckman dropped a 48-47 heartbreaker to Monticello, Jan. 24, at home.
Maquoketa Valley's boys' basketball team came into last week riding a hot streak, winning five of its last six games. Jan. 23, the Wildcats hosted the Clayton Ridge Eagles in a non-conference game and battled to a victory.
Western Dubuque’s wrestling team had another strong week on the mat, dominating West Waterloo in a Mississippi Valley Conference dual before finishing third in the Raider Invitational, at Williamsburg High School, Jan. 21.
Scoring just nine points in a whole game is not a recipe for winning. Camanche found that out Jan. 17 on their home floor when the Beckman girls’ completely dominated them for a 47-9 River Valley Conference victory.
After picking up its first two wins of the year entering 2023, Western Dubuque has dropped four in a row, falling to Cedar Rapids Prairie and Dubuque Senior last week.
Western Dubuque’s boys’ bowling team flirted with another 3,000 series, settling for 2,845 in the Bobcats’ win Jan. 20 over Wahlert Catholic (2,421) at Cherry Lanes in Dubuque.
Western Dubuque’s girls’ wrestling team competed in a pair of invitationals last week, placing fifth at Dubuque Senior and fourth at Mid-Prairie. The Bobcats had two individual title winners at each tournament and won a dual meet in between.
Beckman Catholic senior Nate Offerman signed a letter of intent Jan. 3, to play golf at Kirkwood Community College next year. Front from left, Jim, Nate and Penny Offerman; back row, Kirkwood coach Darren Pint.
Western Dubuque’s girls’ basketball team hit the road for a pair of Mississippi Valley Conference games last week, falling to Iowa City, City High and Cedar Rapids Jefferson.
Coming into the game Jan. 10 against North Cedar, two of the top scorers on Maquoketa Valley’s girls’ basketball roster were Grace Richter and Bianka Ronnebaum. Richter is averaging almost 10 points per game as a freshman and shooting 57% from the field. Both have been huge for the Wildcats’…
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